NEW YORK - Thomson Reuters Checkpoint received the top ranking - five stars - in CPA Practice Advisor's recent review of tax & accounting research platforms.
This marks the 10th consecutive year Checkpoint has attained the highest possible rating.
“We are proud to be recognized for consistently delivering the highest quality information to accountants, tax and other business professionals, so they have the knowledge and insights they need to make sound, informed decisions,” said Steve Mendelsohn, managing director of Knowledge Solutions in the Tax & Accounting business of Thomson Reuters.
Checkpoint blends cutting-edge technology, editorial insight, time-saving productivity tools, online learning and news updates with intelligent linking to related content and software. Thousands of tax and accounting professionals rely on Checkpoint every day to efficiently, effectively research complex topics.
“Among the products reviewed, Checkpoint has some of the more intuitive and comprehensive search functions,” CPA Practice Advisor reported.
The review covered five categories: system functionality, content, customization, integration with other software applications, and support. The review concluded with a summary that included this assessment: “Thomson Reuters Checkpoint provides a strong and easily searchable research platform for accounting professionals with highly respected proprietary content and third-party resources.” To read the full review, go to 2013 Review of Thomson Reuters Checkpoint.
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